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the Man - The First Inquest 1976 -
Abduction of Kevin Donegan - An alleged
"Family Affair" - More lies - The
BIRW Report 1998 - Hosking's Witness Account
1998 - Ludlow Family Account 1998 - Sunday
World report May 1976 - The Barron
Inquiry - Draft Terms of Reference
for the Barron Inquiry - A Fresh Inquest
- 2005 Inquest Account - Meeting
the Police Ombudsman - Ed Moloney Radio
Interview - 25th Anniversary - Profile
- Questions - Photographs
- Press Release -
Letter to RUC - Magill article
1999 - Press Coverage - Barron
Report Published - Ludlow Family
Response to Barron Report - Download
the Barron Report from the Oireachtas website (pdf file) - Statement
from Justice for the Forgotten - Joint
Oireachtas Committee Request for Submissions - Joint
statement from Justice for the Forgotten, Relatives for Justice and the
Pat Finucane Centre -
Transcript of Ludlow family meeting with Oireachtas Sub-Committee (Word
file) - At the Oireachtas
Sub-Committee Hearing: 24 January 2006 - Publication
of the Oireachtas Report - Download
the Final Oireachtas Sub-Committee Report on the murder of Seamus Ludlow
from the Oireachtas website (pdf file) - Ludlow
family press release in response to the Oireachtas Report
the Barron Report (pdf file) on the Dundalk bombing - Download
the International Report on Collusion - Download
the Oireachtas Committee Final Report on the Dundalk bombing and other
Ludlow Family website
Ludlow Family website - The
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Jimmy Sharkey and Kevin Ludlow stand beside Seamus
Ludlow's last resting place, beside his father and mother at Ravensdale's
Catholic Calvary Cemetery.
A new stone now marks the grave.
Right: Jimmy Sharkey stands at the memorial to his
murdered uncle Seamus Ludlow in the lane off the Bog Road where
Seamus was done to death by UDR and Red Hand Commando killers in 1976.
Left: Kevin Ludlow and sisters Eileen Fox and Nan Sharkey lay flowers at their murdered brother's memorial in the lane off the Bog Road on the 25th anniversary of the crime that was commited here.
(29 April 2001)
Right: Here is a close-up of the new memorial stone
marking the place where Seamus Ludlow's lifeless body was found on 2 May
The inscription says all that needs to be said.
Left: Members of the Ludlow family circle hosted a large gathering at the memorial in the lane off the Bog Road for a 25th anniversary commemoration
on 29 April 2001. Also present were Margaret English and Maura McKeever,
daughters of the victims of the Dundalk bombing of 19 December 1975. An
oration was delivered by journalist Ed Moloney, who helped expose the
garda cover-up with his reports in The Sunday Tribune. An address
was delivered by Mons. Raymond Murray and prayers were led by Rev. Father
Brian McCreesh, who was a curate in the parish in 1976.
|Right: Members of the Ludlow family leaving Leinster House
on 24 January 2006 after attending the first public hearing of the
Oireachtas sub-committee on Justice which was examining the Barron Report
on the murder of Seamus Ludlow. Seen here (left to right) are: Brendan
Ludlow, Nicholas Sharkey, Kevin Ludlow, Briege Doyle, Nan Sharkey, Michael
Donegan and Eileen Fox.
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